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We take on the 'Homework' classic in our latest 60-Second Synth Sounds...

Daft Punk's 'Da Funk' is a true classic, its squelchy synth riff instantly recognisable since it was released in 1997. Our new '60-Second Sound' series...

The EDM producer collected his eighth Grammy on Monday

Skrillex has overtaken Daft Punk as the dance music artist with the most Grammy wins.

The OWSLA founder was awarded his seventh and eight wins...

Kanye West, De La Soul and Gang Starr also re-used his work... 

Edwin Birdsong, the revered funk musician sampled by Daft Punk, has died aged 77. The sad news was confirmed via social media by his son...

New edition of 'Disco Not Disco' to be unleashed

The newly invigorated Strut Records have unloosed the latest edition in their excellent 'Disco Not Disco' series of compilations. The new comp, out now, looks...

Indie outfit Post War Years get electronic

Last night, DJ Mag went to a gig. Yep. We swapped the booths and back rooms of Europe's throbbing clubs for the sweaty shoebox garms...

EDEN hits cinemas 24th July.

DJ Mag has nabbed an exclusive teaser from EDEN — a brand new film inspired by the french touch movement in Paris in the 1990s...

Avicii, Major Lazer and Lost Frequencies all made the top 10

Shazam has revealed the top 50 sought after summer songs of the last decade.

Teaming up with UK radio station Kiss FM, Shazam analyzed data...

Lost Vagueness' festival might not have to be cancelled after all - a financial backer has stepped forward.

Lost Vagueness have announced that their summer festival, Lost Weekend, might not have to be cancelled after all.

Lost Weekend is due to take place...

Jun Kamoda returns to his hip-hop roots with a new, tape recorded second album. Hear the chopped-up rhythm and sizzling melodies of ‘Post Utopia’ now

Jun Kamoda will release his second full-length album, ‘II’, next month.

Set for release on the Nagano, Japan-based artist’s own JUN RECORDS, the 12-track release...

The Shogun Audio don is on fire

I've just asked Thomas Green, aka Rockwell, one of d&b's hottest producers and DJs of 2013, who is No.1 on his wish list of collaborators. He's thinking about it. I ponder which jungle/d&b legend he's going to opt for. 
“Ian Mackaye,” he says. Nods affirmatively. “Definitely. I'm obsessed with Fugazi and Minor Threat. It's my first love in music — hardcore punk, I love Black Flag and Henry Rollins as well — in fact I went to see his spoken word show a few weeks ago. Ian MacKaye I think probably wouldn't be very into the kind of music I'd make so the results would be... interesting. But, yeah, I would love to work with him.”
Of course, such genre-bending surprise should be of NO surprise to anyone who's properly listened to Rockwell.

'Get Lucky' made the top spot last night

Last night the ever increasing hype around the new Daft Punk album culminated in the duo scoring their first ever UK chart number one.

How much do you love the robots?

Think you're the ultimate Daft Punk devotee? Then you'll be needing one of these.

The robots have teamed up with skateboard manufacturer Hervet Manufacturier to...

French duo Daft Punk, made up of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, have called it quits after 28 years

Daft Punk have split up after 28 years.

Earlier today (22nd February), an eight-minute excerpt from their 2006 film Electroma, titled Epilogue, was shared to...

Last chance to hear Rob Da Bank's Daft Punk Summer Special

In celebration of the legendary French dance duo Daft Punk's brilliance, Rob da Bank last week hosted a special Daft Punk Summer Special Show

Found at Vauxhall’s Hidden launching this Friday

Care for a game of hide and seek? Not the puerile kind involving wardrobes and airing cupboards you played as a kid, but the bumping...